Nugen Audio has added a timecode feature to its VisLM visual loudness monitoring plug-in. The timecode feature makes it possible to relate the loudness parameters directly to timecode references, giving audio engineers and editors a clear frame-accurate position for any alerts, true-peak overs, maximum values, and other indicators to picture.
Production & Post-Production
Cinematographer Eric Koretz and director Elliot Rausch recently shot a short for Lincoln Motor Cars titled Get Back and became one of the four teams to capture the first content officially sponsored by Vimeo.
The Colonie, a boutique Chicago editorial and post-production studio, has added senior motion graphic designer Jennifer Moody to its creative team.
Assimilate is extending its array of pricing options by offering a new annual subscription option for both Scratch and Scratch Lab software.
Women in Norway now have the same protections against unwanted sexual advances enjoyed by women in most other Western countries thanks to an award-winning public service advertising campaign conducted by Amnesty International.
Burbank-based AlphaDogs Post Production has released the documentary American Empire on Amazon instant streaming and DVD. The film is also available on iTunes, Vudu and Xbox. American Empire sets out to trace a common cause of our problems in finance, food, medicine and social justice.
Freefly Systems will begin MōVI M10 camera rig will begin shipping to customers starting August 15 for $14,995. The company will also start taking orders for their new sister rig MōVI M5, which supports cameras up to five pounds (2.3kg).
LipSync Post has appointed Sal Umerji as its new head of visual effects production, effective immediately.
The Kill Team, which won for Best Documentary Feature at the Tribeca Film Festival and earned the Golden Gate Award at the San Francisco Film Festival, tells the story of a group of U.S. soldiers stationed in southern Afghanistan who, motivated by fear and boredom, take to murdering Afghan civilians and then staging those killings to look like good shoots.
Paris-based animation studio Illumination Mac Guff used Shotgun software to keep on track for the 3D summer family film and one its most successful, Despicable Me 2.